How to Protect Yourself by Gathering Data - By Dr. Lorandos





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Uploaded on Jun 8, 2009


Dr. Lorandos explains how to protect yourself by gathering data

If you think you may be accused, how do you go about protecting yourself?

1. The most important thing is to get good quality information--NOW!
Read the material specifically written for you on our website at http://www.falsely-accused.net/ . That would be a good place to start.

2. Next, retain an attorney who is a specialist in the field and do it now, not later.
At http://www.falsely-accused.net/ we explain that local lawyers and folks who have handled one or two of these cases are not experts. Most attorneys handle these cases like any other criminal case. Thats simply a mistake and sometimes its malpractice. Because these cases are so dangerous to your liberty and to your family, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to get an expert litigator in this difficult area. Frankly, its time to hop the farm. If you expect to get by with a reasonable local lawyer, if you believe that the legal system operates on fairness and truth and if you believe you need to hold some funds back for a rainy day, think again. The law and order and the get-tough-on-crime folks in your community have been sending to the state legislature and putting on the bench people who will be harsh in this area. They have worked overtime to erode your constitutional rights. New court rulings hold that its okay for the police to lie and trick you and they will; and for the courts to withhold vital evidence from the juries and they do. So you better get real. Get real help. Get it now.

3. Next, Write a detailed chronology, but the first thing you write on the document is Notes for my Attorney, Attorney/Client Privilege. You want to do that, so that if they get intercepted you can raise the issue of attorney/client privilege that your notes have been improperly reviewed.
At http://www.falsely-accused.net/ we teach that the formats simple. It consists of a three-part chronology that will aid the attorney in preparing your case.
Heres how to do it:

In the left-hand margin, type in the date of the event that youre going to describe; keep all the events in chronological order;

Tab over to the middle of the document and type in the who, the what, the where, the why, the how. Why is this event significant?;

Then tab over to the right side of the document and put in information about where this information comes from, how can it be proved? Is it a photo? Is it a video? Is it a witness statement? What kind of a document can be used or what kind of thing can be used to prove whats been alleged in this middle paragraph.

At http://www.falsely-accused.net/ we explain that writing this chronology with a word processor will make it easier for the attorney to use at a later time. The attorney will take this chronology and itll help him or her direct their questions for you and will help to fashion your defense. It will also greatly decrease the amount of time that it takes for the attorney to get up to speed with your case. Its important that you include everything. You know your case, but your attorney doesnt. If you arent certain whether it should be included or not, include it. Let the attorneys separate out the weak from the champ. Its your job to get it all down, to get your attorney up to speed so dont leave anything out. Describe your history, your familys history, and everything that you can think of that might be relevant and led up to these allegations. A competent attorney will use this chronology and search for elements needed to save you and your family. Since its on a disc and written specifically for the attorney, remember to put Attorney/Client Privilege, at the top of it. If its on a disc, put a label on the disc that says that.

4. Its also very helpful, especially at the beginning of a case, if you create a witness list. At http://www.falsely-accused.net/ we explain that you must list everyone: the good guys, the bad guys, include their names, addresses and telephone numbers, date of births if you know them. Get their employment addresses if you know them. This will save enormous amounts of time later and will be necessary for your investigators. Be sure that you describe your relationship with each of these folks. It can be very short; best friend, ex-wife, things of that nature. Try to describe each of these folks and what they might say if they ever took the witness stand or if they talked to the police or to the social services. Dont leave anyone out. Make sure to describe this as an Attorney/Client Privilege document as well.

5. The next thing you should do is to get copies of everything
Now, in some states youre allowed to get more than in others. Some states only allow the attorney to get some of these documents.

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